Recognising refugee qualifications – A virtuous circle

A recent monitoring report regarding implementation of recognition of refugees’ qualifications under the Lisbon Recognition Convention brings good news. The report was presented at a meeting of the Convention Committee in Paris on 28 June. The Lisbon Recognition Convention sets the standards for the recognition of qualifications in the European region.

Date: 
19 آب (اغسطس) 2019

Enforcing the right to education of refugees

This paper, aimed at education policymakers, provides analysis and insights on how the right to education for refugees could be ensured from a policy perspective. It does so by reviewing the current status of access to education of refugees, using the scant data that is available in this area. It also outlines some of the extensive barriers to education that refugees face, with recognition of the multifaceted, interlinked and complex nature of exclusion.

Global Education Monitoring Report 2019-Migration, displacement and education: Building bridges, not walls

UNESCO’s 2019 Global Education Monitoring Report, Migration, displacement and education: Building bridges not walls, highlights countries’ achievements and shortcomings in ensuring the right of migrant and displaced children to benefit from a quality, inclusive education, a right that serves the interests of both learners and the communities they live in. 

The status of the right to education of migrants: International legal framework, remaining barriers at national level and good examples of states’ implementation

This paper was commissioned by the Global Education Monitoring Report as background information to assist in drafting the 2019 GEM Report, Migration, displacement and education: Building bridges, not walls.

التعليق العام رقم 20 عدم التمييز في الحقوق الاقتصادية والاجتماعية والثقافية (الفقرة 2 من المادة 2 من العهد الدولي الخاص بالحقوق الاقتصادية والاجتماعية والثقافية)

التعليق العام رقم 20

عدم التمييز في الحقوق الاقتصادية والاجتماعية والثقافية (الفقرة 2 من المادة 2 من العهد الدولي الخاص بالحقوق الاقتصادية والاجتماعية والثقافية)

Turn the tide: Refugee education in crisis

This report tells the stories of some of the world’s 7.4 million refugee children of school age under UNHCR’s mandate. In addition, it looks at the educational aspirations of refugee youth eager to continue learning after secondary education, and highlights the need for strong partnerships in order to break down the barriers to education for millions of refugee children.

“When I picture my future, I see nothing”. Barriers to education for Syrian refugee children in Turkey

This report is the first of a three-part series addressing the urgent issue of access to education for Syrian refugee schoolchildren in Turkey, Jordan, and Lebanon. The series will examine the various barriers preventing Syrian children from accessing education and call on host governments, international donors, and implementing partners to mitigate their impact in order to prevent a lost generation of Syrian children.

Growing up without an education: barriers to education for Syrian refugee children in Lebanon

In Lebanon—a country of around 4.5 million citizens—almost one in four people today is a refugee. Since the start of the Syria conflict in 2011, 1.1 million Syrians have registered with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR); the Lebanese Government puts the total number at 1.5 million.

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